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WKDXKSDAY, FEB. 7, 1883.
. . This d ay's -Doings.-
Oiiliu, Knights of Pythias, No. 1
Bethel l'mycr meeting, nt 7:30.
JtisalonaiV Conceit, at Foil St.
Clnucli Vostiy, at 7:30.
St. AitdicVs Cutlicdutl, usual
sci vice, at 7 till).
THE PtiANTEKS' MONTHLY
For Fclilttniy litis been sent tons,
anil wound It full of interest, es
pecially at Ibis time, as it deals cott
sidciably with ttcoty matteis. There
is an interesting and lengthy com
munication fioin the Hon. S. N.
Castle on tliia subject, besides edi
torials. A special feature of inter
est arc the items of news fiom the
different plantations, which wc hope
to see vepcatcd at gicatcr length in
fiittuc numbers. An exceedingly
able editorial on Co-operation should
be read by every practical man on
the islands. It is based on sound
sense, and we wonder greatly that
the idea has not been taken hold of
boforo on tlicso islands to any gicat
bVTUUDAY, Kl.UllUAltY 3.
William and Nailiili, dnmk, for
feited bail 8G. Mukini and P-tla-kiko,
sentenced to be impiisoned at
haid labor for 1 year each and '81
costs, and to be icturncd to Refor
matory School at expiration of sen
tence. Ah Yee, lcmnuded fiom 2d,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5.
J. Driscoll, J. Welch, Kalcpa,
Kapalu, Palakaula? Kale, drunks,
forfeited bail SO each. Kcawcn
mahi, drunk, fined $6 and $1.30
costs. W. Friland, P. M'Carty,
drunks, fined $5 and $1 costs each.
J. P. Swansa, kidnapping a child,
named Selma Shubrick, a girl aged
14 years, on the Jth inst., lcmaud
cd till moved on by piosccution. G.
Davis, W. Moic, C. Tayler, com
mitted for trial to Supreme Court at
next Apiil tcini, on charge of rob
bery in the 1st degree. (The evi
dence iu this' case was very lengthy,
and the case has been picpaicd with
great care by the Deputy-Marshal.
It seems to point to a most deter
mined and premeditated robbery
from the person.) J. Cassin, an in
sane pci son, committed to the In
The Consuelo left Jan. 20.
The Suez w.is to leave Jan. 31.
The C. T. Hook was to leave for
this poit on Jan. 27.
The Jennie Walker, it is repotted,
will be chattel cd to go to llilo by
Mr. A. F. Cooke.
The btig Ponuirc cleaied fiom
San Fraucibco for Kahului on Jan. 1 0.
The S. S. C. T. Hook left Astoiia
on Jan. 10th for San Ftancisco.
The Htitisli ship Abcigeldie wsts
iu London loading for Honolulu
Schr Mary Foster, brought 1781
bags sugar, 50 barrels molasses.
Schr Kaala, brought 380 bags
sugar, 95 bags lice.
If possible the Makee will be dis
patched for Kauai again this even
ing to rctui n on Sunday.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
To-day is Chinese New Year.
Wk hear that thctc was a bit lit oh
board the Suez on her attempted trip
i . . .
Caitain Chatcauminois of the
Limier, visited the Foreign Ofllcc on
Tup Giant Powder Woiks near
West Ueikley, blow up, causing
great loss of lifo . 4 ,
On Ft iday the Japanese- Kmbassy
will give a return diuner at the Hotel
to the Ministry.
TiiKtnail for San Francisco per
II. W. Almy, closes at the Post
Ollicc at 11 a, in. this day.
Who is icspousiblc for tho Coio
nalioit? and who feels the most
anxiety about its expected uubco?
IIavk you seen the nice assott
ment of biackets and shelves at
Wells' Music Store? If not, do so.
Mkhshs, S. M. Catter & .Co.
notify their fiicnds that they nto
now tcnity 10 receive vruum luruww,
ltitMotts ntc spi carding to the effect
thnt adisiuptlon in tho Cabinet is
about to take plocc. No smoke with-ouHlamc.
.A packagc.of .papets wcio.lcft.on
Dr. Kmerson's table ycslci day. Tlic
on tier can linvc tllb same by calling
on that gentleman.
To-moht a Missionnty conceit
will be held in Fott Stiect Chinch
Vebtiy. A most enjoyable evening'
is expected. Miss lloycc will delhcr
a lectin c on Siam
Last night, at the Hotel, a little
dance was given in honor of the
officers of the men-of-w ar. A very
pleasant evening was passed.
Tin: School house near the Chinch
at Waikiki, is more like a bain than
a school. No glass windows, old,
tumble down, ditty, it is n shame to
have children go to school in such a
Wi: note that in tho official account
of tho audience granted to the
Japanese Embassy mentioned is
made of the Lord Chamberlain.
Wc had uudci stood that nonsense
had been dropped.
- . , .
Tickets for the Hawaiian Mmslicl
Entcilainmcnt, to take place on Sat
in day next at the Music Hall, can
now bo had fiom Mcssis. J. W.
Itobcitson & Co. No cxtta chat go
for reserved scats.
Yesterday Queen sticet was ob
sti ucted by the removal of the build
ing known as the "Likclikc Coffee
Saloon," from next to West's car
nage factoiy to the other side of the.
Fish Maikct. .
It is said that the Premier wishes
to send himself to Washington as
Hawaiian Resident Minister. What
a ttiumph it would be for him to
present himself as a duly acct edited
Minister to that ofllcc, which drop-
ped him so suddenly over that other
Mi:. Max Eckatt has staitcd a
coronation lottciy of jewelry, 6.C.,
to be drawn for dining the Coiona
tion fortnight. The fust pri.c is a
diamond ring, valued at 8500, and
those who diaw ptizes may lake
either the pti.o allotted or its value
in any. other atticlc or at tides of
jewellery they prefer.
We noticed yesterday that a new
f uncial sign had been placed outside
of Wells' Music store, dt awing at
tention to the fact that the Honolulu
Undct taking Association wcic lcndy
to lender their sen ices if nccesssuj'.
They have also tho customary solcium
insignia inside, which most people
prefer to keep out' of sight and out
Tun Band conceit on Monday
night was a success. Although the
weather was show ety quite a huge
ciowd stayed at the Hotel gi omuls
to listen to the excellent music. In
compliment to the oflicois of tho
men-of-war who wcic ptescnt at the
conclusion of the progi amine, the
different national airs were played,
"God savcthe Queen,'.' "Star Span
gled Banner," and tho "Marseil
laise." At the conclusion of each
the bravos and cheers wet e heatty
and loud, but the climax of enthusi
asm was reached when "Hawaii Po
tior" was played.
Febiunry 10th, 188J.
New ftoiigH, Now Solos, , J
Now Duets, New Dunces,
New Farces, New Jokes.
Secure Your Tickets Early !
I, Tickets enn now bo hail at
.J. AV. Hobcrljoiv,SfeOo
' ' KOHaEa NOTES.
Fiom our own Correspondent.
Febiuaty heic came in like a lion.
It began raining on the moinlng of
the fust, and continued a steady
.douiwpoiuvfor, twenty-four diouts,i
giving the gtound thtoughout the
disttlct a thorough saturation. Aglt
cultmists in this section cannot but
acknowledge that the weather for tho
past four months has been most pto
ipitlous ; the i ainfall and the sunshine
have been vcty evenly disttibutcd.
The mills ate all gi hiding, nndtc
sults ate considcicd cy favorable.
TIfe density of tho cane juice is re
polled quite up to, and in some
cases exceeding, expectations.
Tho two native boys who were
held for causing the death of Hon.
Mr. Aiwohi, in diiving a lot of
hordes along the road, (one of the'
hoiscs haing came in contact with
Aiwohi's caniagc and caused tho
accident) liavc been committcdibyi
our Police Magistiato for tiial at our
encuit couit, oil a charge of man
slaughter. The May,'-Term of, thckCircuit
Couit at Hilo is likely to be a bomc
what interesting; one for some of our
Kohala folks. We hear that Dr.
Tisdalc has cnleicd suit for libel
(in) the ,P,.- Ci Aih'cWeery&gainkt
Dr. Thompson, damages $10, and
for bicach of conlinct against 1. II.
Atkilis, also for 10,000.
A. V. & A. M-, Xo. 124.
A SPECIAL MEETING of Lc Pro
gics do l'Oceanio A. P. & A. M.
No. 121, w ill be held on Monday, Feb'y
12ili, nt 10 o'clock n. in. for tho purpose
of attending the Coronation. Visiting
Brethren in good standing nrc cordially
invited to attend.
15y ordci of the W. M.
318 t F MARCOS, Secretaiy
. T. O. O. P.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3, 1.O.O.F.
liming accepted tho invitation to
he present nt the Coionation, nil broth
eis of Ecelsior L'odgo and visiting bro.
tlicis nio conlinlly' invited to hepre-ent
at the Lodge Room, at 10 a. m., on Feb.
12lh, 1883. Rejrnlia.
310 lw M. D. 'MONSARRAT, NiG.
A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK or
nc.tie business noting man. Ap
ply immediately to J. A. Palsiek & Co .
113 Fort Mi ect. 307
ANYONE having a copy of J. "W.
Kauwahi'h "Foim Book," to dis
pose of, will find a purchaser by bending
303 tf J. AV. RoiiEin sox & Co.
A1--0, a Caniajiolloi-c, a cood i oadttci
nnd n first chi!-s saddle hoi -c. AVas for
fori) owned by Di. Cunimliis. Tor fut
(hei paitlculjis,apply to, ,
817 lw Ciiningc Factory, Queen st.
'A. Rare Chance
TolmcM in .f Buggy. A
spienuiu siugic heat opin
IJuKcy. neailv new. cost
7J2;.fcclI for .s?130.
A"hhiftless top buggy, ncn rlv-ncw, col
tJUIUjjtll for $170. Eitlier is n good
baignin for any one nettling a chicle.
Addiess or imply to
, J. E. VTSEMAN,
SI 1 1 wi SlGenei-al JUisiness Agent.
A BEAUTIFUL LOT 'OP
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Surrahs,
Moires, Laces and Trimmings
AVill be opened this day by
A. HI. ITIclliN,
808 . 104 Fprt Stcet.'
AT the Ahn'tiitl Meeting of the East
Maui Plantation Co., held'nt llouo.
lulu, January 17th, 1883, tho following
olllceis wcro elected for tho entiling
Col. AV. P. Alteif. .. . .J. . . i. ;.Pi widfrit.
J. E. Hoffmann , . . , .Vice.Prosident
P. C. Joiien, Jr . . : ,5 . . .. SeVyMiri rt Ti e.i
IV V All-.. 4...1H
it . a .liiuia ...t. ..nuiiyr
Mesais. AV. P. Allen, A. G, Elljn, and
P. O. Jonci, Jr.
800 3w P. C. JONES, Jit., Seo'y
I JjBSlia. . Y.UAl;li Ci U. JJUlil'K
O.TX have been npnointed issignee-j of
UKMUMiiic. oi i'liti. Btctn.
1 All porous huviiig claims ngainsl thin
Ehlutc will nloaso piesentytheni, And nil
pciriOiiM indebted to this Estate will
please settle accounts hv payment to
At II. Hackfeld & CoV.
Honolulu, Jan. 80th, 188J. 307 3w
Dissolution of Partnership.
"VTOTICE is lift obygl tin that tho llrm
,Jl of Btoglle, Spent Co. is this day
dlshohed by mutual tonbent. A. AV.
Alltlaims will he pultl by O. Jboglie
and J. A. Hjieur, ibid nil debts w ill be
collected by them. '
The biihtiw,s, j,vlll,;niitiiuu ,U)uler tho
lb in inline of Brogtio & Speni.
. " .itol (JllAR. Biioomk.
JpttK.A. Sri: in, , '
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
rm ta --wt
J Jtlbt received c."Atisirnlin"nml
Hft$ Something New
fjnrilnrrn t..iiniic n inirn vnrlnlt nf llin
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"Wire Giute, Doot Mats, Cutting Nippers,
Trowel?, Saws, Shc.ues and Shear.
Royal Cement, for mending crockery.
ShipAugcis, Bllt", Door Bolts, Spar Planes,
"V i Bailey's p'lancsLoei, RiUc'4 '
Ul "rci iA71ii I rrlArt
iwivB. yyiiiu JUttouuis, ;. '
", ft n and Novelties !
i : 2ar f ' t
,' ( J3ctw ccn' tho Haw a ihm Islandi
between the llawnli.in Islands and
J". US. WISEMAW,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Aget and Generar ' '
Business Agent, . , J, ),
Oflicc, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gnzctlo Block, i ,
Th6 only recognized Real Estate Broker in thcKlugdom.ii . , ,)
Land and piopcrly for sale in nil pnrts of Honolulu and the various Islands. ' ' '' '
Houses lo lease and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs. ,i )f , i
Booms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. "j
.CORONATION .. ".
t OH TIIL
AT JOH1ST NOTT'S,
No. 8 K.uliuinnnu bticc't.
FIRE WORKS !
A large and splendid assortment of Flic
AVorks can be had at
GEO. F. WELLS'
Music Stoic, consisting of
Palms, Suns, Faiu,
B ittcrics, AVhcels, China Piycts,
Colored Files, Bcngalas, '
Bockcts, Itoni.in Candles.
&c , &c., ie.
105uiidl07 - Foil stiect.
THE iiMii of Ashley & Co. is this day
dissohed by mutual consent.
Signed W.G. ASHLEY,
bigncd L c AIJLES
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1883.
WG. ASHLEY & II P. HEBBABD
have this day formed n Co
li.irlnouhip undct the liioi nanio of Ash.
lev it Co. All plnims iilll tin mi til unit
.nil outstaiidlngnccouiitwcolleoted by tho
. RUnn.1 t W.G. ASHLEY.
HJgllCU ti -I,-, iiunninn
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1888.
AT the Adjourned Annual Meeting of
tho Stpckholdcrs of.tho Hiuvailan
jieii 'leieniiono company liclil on'Jan.
JJ7th, 1883, tiio fyllpw lug, (ifllccrs were
elected fun thu 'ensuing year: f JjT
II. A, AVidemann . . . .Piejitlenl
J. P. Bi own , Arlce.President
C. OBergcrJ Secretaiy and Tiea
E. P. Adams Auditor
313 lw; C. 0BEKGEH, Seo'y.
''piIE uiidorsigned ltnc thihdiy pin
S chailed tho interests of A. Av. Buhh
and AV. B. Luce In tho Union Feed Com
pany, and request that all oIiiIiiih ngaiit
flio Union Ftod'Compauy todato bo pre
II. H. MACFARLANE,
II. M. BENSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 2 1th, 1883. 813 lw
"7 E Ifcg lb notify tho Honolulu pub.
- T lio and tiioso leaidentH on the
other Iblunils tint wo will continue the
business of tho '
Union Feed Company,
at the old stand, and trust by a silcl jit.
tuition to the wupth of tjiir eustomcrs to
nterjt a fair shnro of patronage, I(, y, 1)1
I,,.;, ,.., i n I
DO uui m i" nvKii yii iiium ii i
.a full stocK oi an muus oi iced.
- i ;;. i. , H, H. MACFA11L
"El!n" fioinNcw Vorkand
t vi'M! TT7T
in Lamp GoodadifSU
lioftl Amnrlrtltt milp.
nnd the United States, nnd
APEAV 'GENTLEMEN can,bo accoin-i
modatcd with Board, nt a private
House, in a respectable neighborhood,
and w ithin 5 minutes of t lie -Post Office.
For particulars apply at the Bulletin
Office. ,', ,p ,qi0,lm
By the stmr City of,Ncv,York, ,, t r
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
i i hi 1 1 f
Iintlics' 4k, Gentlemen's u i
Einbioidercd nnd, plain scats. i
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Biding AVhipsnnd Harness,
The finest ever impoitcd into theso Is-
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, and ' ''
Bussct Leather Saddle Bags,,;
J. II. LYNCII'S,
300 No. 88 King, street."
C. BREWER & Co.
Oiler to the public a line of
Impoitcd from the East, '
nnd manufactured by celebrated makers '
oxpicssly for this market. ( ,
Very Stylish Cut-Under 1
Caiiyall, made by Messrs. Kimball '& '
y neat and stylish, from Kimball & i
Bros, nnd Av. P Sargent & Go's.- i ,i
1 Beach AVagon, Urownell'a mnkd. ' '
Democrats AVagonf1 ' I
SldH-Spriug, Tj?)ttlng Buggy; 'f
All the above will be told low, i i'i ( i
Parties desiring to putchasq wlii.do' weli I
lo call and exiiiiiiiia our.tpek' boforo ' J
puickasing elsQhpic, . . , '. J'1 " '
gal ini o. bre?eb; &' co; "J. '
TO BENT, on Kuluokahua
Plains, coiier of Kimtti nurt i
l'L'UMirnlll ctri.i.lu ni,nI.11iu
COITAOK, containliig l'rTV: DiK '
Boom, J Bedrooms, Bath'.ioom with all i
modern conu-iilciico?j hlrgo Pantry and
h. tohen, with latticed verand loom -,
i ... V '. "M.UIH, mi m o siaiiH, nay
inu uiiniago looms; ami 2 rooms for .
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Comtbrtabln llnu- ' ' '
I I ItH. It a I I
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at 118 Nuuanu Aventto. Booms fnrhlsluj
JOgOnj'K i' i MKrJj 'iVAVinTJJ' '
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